Continuing the second of a four part series, this article will cover those who will be prowling the secondary, as well as the players that will account for most of the scoring in this upcoming season:
Wide Receivers/Defensive Backs:
Name: Brian Allbrooks
Height: 5-10 Weight: 185 Age: 27
The Skinny: Was named the 2009 Gridiron Enterprises International Player of the Year in the arenafootball2 league while playing for the Peoria Pirates. To see highlights of Brian Allbrooks playing in the German Football League click here.
Name: Trey Bell
Height: 5-10 Weight: 190 Age: 29
The Skinny: Was a first team All-American selection, as a defensive back, while playing for division III Wisconsin Whitewater. Was part of the Chicago Rush team that won ArenaBowl XX.
Name: Nichiron Flowers
Height: 6-3 Weight: 220 Age: 26
The Skinny: Flowers was awarded all-conference honors in the Western Athletic Conference after his junior year at Nevada, when he posted 91 catches for 1,126 yards and 6 touchdowns. Was ranked as the 34th best wide receiver in the 2006 NFL Draft; he went undrafted. See highlights of Flowers here.
Name: Samie Parker
Height: 5-11 Weight: 180 Age: 28
The Skinny: Was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth round of 2004 NFL Draft. Spent last season with the Las Vegas Locomotives of the United Football League and the Oakland Raiders of the NFL. Follow Samie Parker on twitter at www.twitter.com/samieparker
Name: Nick Sanchez
Height: 6-0 Weight: 195 Age: 24
The Skinny: Finished his Stanford career with 153 tackles, 8 tackles for losses, 7 interceptions and one touchdown on a blocked punt recovery in the endzone. Was a valedictorian back in high school.
Name: Alan Turner
Height: 6-0 Weight: 195 Age: 25
College: Southern Illinois University
The Skinny: Signed with the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent in 2008. Spent time with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Candian Football League last season. Also, played for the Rio Grande Valley Dorados of the arena football league, as well as the Bloomington Extreme of the indoor football league.
Up next: offensive and defensive linemen.